Where the Wild Things Are
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I've only climbed pitch one. It has very good climbing in a long pitch (170'). Consult Adirondack Rock online for a description of the upper pitches.
Start below the right end of a left rising crack. Climb up and right to a stance and a bolt. Friction right past another bolt and up to the 3rd class ledge. Head straight up the steep headwall (crux) for a few clips and then traverse right to a right facing flake. Head up the flake on less steep terrain and belay at a tree.
Double rope rap to the ground from the Groovitational Pull anchors located 25 feet to the left.
To the right of a large boulder pile is a clean slab. The slab and the steep upper wall are split by a left rising 3rd class ramp.
Draws and slings for pitch one.
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